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The award
BA (Hons)

How long you will study
4 years

Domestic course fees
GBP 9250 per year

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About Linguistics with French at Newcastle University

Course Overview

This degree combines the study of linguistics with French, to explore how language works and what it does.

At a Glance

UCAS Code
Q1R1

UCAS Institution Name and Code
NEWC, N21

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Degree Awarded
BA Honours

Course Duration
4 Years

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Entry Requirements
A Level: AAA-ABB
IB: 34-36 points

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Opportunities
Study abroad
Work placement

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At each Stage, you spend two thirds of your time studying linguistics, concentrating on the structure, history and social aspects of English and language in general.

You spend the remaining third of your time studying French language and culture, which is available from:

  • beginners' level
  • intermediate level (post-GCSE or equivalent)
  • advanced level (post-A level or equivalent)

An exciting element of this degree is a year abroad in Stage 3, working or studying in a French-speaking country, developing your language confidence and experiencing another culture.

Highlights of this degree

Quality and ranking

Quality and ranking

Linguistics at Newcastle ranks in the top 10 UK universities in The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017 and The Complete University Guide 2017.

We also rank in the top 150 universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016.

Year abroad

Year abroad

You spend your third year in a French-speaking country. You may spend the year:

  • studying at one of our partner institutions
  • teaching English as a foreign language abroad under the British Council assistantship programme
  • on a work placement or
  • doing a combination of study and work

We will help you to organise accommodation and will keep in regular contact with you during your time abroad.

Field trips and events

Field trips and events

Studying at Newcastle means much more than your time spent in the classroom or the library. The School organises regular field trips to cultural venues in the region such as:

  • theatres
  • The Wordsworth Trust (Dove Cottage)
  • Lindisfarne
  • Bede's World
  • Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children's Books
  • local museums including Beamish and the Great North Museum

We are home to the Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts (NCLA). This brings internationally renowned writers to Newcastle, through a year-long festival of readings, discussion and debate.

The cross-faculty Centre for Research in Linguistics and Language Sciences also organises a rich programme of extracurricular events.

Facilities and support

As a student at Newcastle, you will be part of our School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics, which has a long and prestigious history.

Facilities

The School occupies its own building, the Percy Building, in the heart of campus where you will join a lively community of students, academics, authors and professionals.

All of our students enjoy exceptional library provision from our award-winning Library Service, which houses over one million books and a huge range of electronic resources.

Writing opportunities

Newcastle University Students' Union is home to one of the best student newspapers in the country, The Courier. You also have the opportunity to submit poetry and short prose for the School's magazine, Alliterati.

Support

You'll have a personal tutor throughout your degree

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Entry requirements

Entry Requirements
A Level: AAA-ABB
IB: 34-36 points

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